An evening well spent walking on Brooklyn Bridge and sometimes on a perfect evening the view is just magical.
Its great shooting in downtown New York. Actually any downtown, I would guess.
The depth in these images just blows my mind away.
After waiting for a long time, I finally received my lens. The timing worked out to be perfect though. I was traveling to Chicago. Although for business; it was a good opportunity to test this lens out.
The first thing you will notice is the reaction from the people around you. The moment you stick a giant round piece of glass to your phone; people are going to notice. They are going to ask you about it. So be prepared. On a casual use of about 2 hours over the entire day, I was asked about the lens by about 3 people.
That aside, the moment lens is a gorgeous piece of glass. I do not see any loss of color or pixels. Its fantastic. I was amazed at the quality of my pictures.
The downside (until now, just one) is that you may not able to easily clean the dust that settles on the lens. Dust does gather on your phone lens but since there is nothing attached around; its easier to clean the lens with your finger tips. With moment that becomes difficult. Carry a lens cleaner or a cotton bud.
Here are some pictures using moment lens from New York and Chicago.
It feels nice to see the restoration complete and the facade gone.
St. Patrick's Cathedral is just amazingly beautiful.
Shot in Panorama mode using the iPhone 6.
February was just a horrible month for photography. All I cared was being closer to a source of heat. It was cold and busy.
March was a little better, with snow and cold still pounding in the first couple of weeks of March, it was time for some travel.
India was hot, humid and jet lagged.
January was a mixed bag. It wasn't that cold for a few weeks when I did walk to work and some days it was just cold and white. The highlight was the facade coming off from St. Patricks Cathedral...